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Reddwolf last won the day on September 11 2016

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  1. Oops! 70% of CNN Poll Say Trump Should Not Be Investigated for Obstruction of Justice After months of attacks on President Trump and daily conspiracy theories CNN must be very upset with the results from their latest online poll. CNN asked, “Should Trump be investigated for obstruction of justice?”
  2. Video shows thousands of dead fish surfacing in Texas river Thousands of dead and dying fish washed ashore at Matagorda Bay Nature Park Friday, the Houston Chronicle reports. Video captured by Youtube user “The Fish Whisperer” shows just how extensive the fish kill was.
  3. Stevia Kills Lyme Disease Pathogen Better Than Antibiotics, Study Confirms With summer upon us the risk of encountering ticks, the pesky critters responsible for the spread of Lyme disease, is on the rise. Lyme disease is an insidious and complicated disease to treat, both for the allopathic medical world and alternative medical practitioners, due to its rapid shape-shifting abilities. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), roughly 300,000 people are diagnosed with Lyme disease each year in the United States alone. While ticks exist in half of all US counties, Lyme disease cases are concentrated in the Northeast and upper Midwest, with 14 states accounting for over 96% of cases reported to CDC. The CDC says that while 80-90% of reported cases are considered resolved with the treatment of antibiotics, 10-20% of patients go on to develop the chronic form, which is a persistent and sometimes devastating illness that can harm any organ of the body, including the brain and the nervous system.
  4. Thank you Land...LOL that looks like it took some work.
  5. Thanks Breezy...I love that ....its perfect.
  6. "They're Erupting": Alaskan Volcano Throws Ash 35,000 Feet Interrupting Commercial Flights Volcanic eruption in Alaska’s Aleutian Islands as seen from ISS. Is a major seismic event headed our way? There is no way to know for sure, but science warns that hotspots like the San Andreas fault in Southern California are “overdue” for the big one, which frequently occurs every hundred years or so. If the earth doesn’t release enough steam from time to time, larger pressures can build up, creating event more catastrophic disasters. A volcano in Alaska’s Aleutian Islands has been erupting quite a bit lately – and has now had its biggest eruption so far in recent months, sending volcanic ash hurling some 35,000 feet into the air, high enough to disrupt commercial flights. That was the Bogoslof Volcano.
  7. Bringing up the rear.. Happy Birthday My Friend!!!
  8. Happy Birthday Kande and Foopengerkle !
  9. Thanks slayer.....My present is having friends like you and Lil Mouse.
  10. Etna volcano erupts in fiery show of lava in eastern Sicily Mount Etna has erupted in a fiery show of lava in eastern Sicily. The volcano's latest eruptions, which can last days and even weeks, began on Monday evening.
  11. New Photos Show Damage To Oroville Dam As Massive Storm Pounds California A new report from Fox News on Sunday indicates that if the Oroville dam fails, residents who live in harms way will most likely will be advised in time which adds to the mounting stress as new storms pound California. From Fox News: Communities immediately downstream of California’s Lake Oroville dam would not receive adequate warning or time for evacuations if the 770-foot-tall dam itself — rather than its spillways — were to abruptly fail, the state water agency that operates the nation’s tallest dam repeatedly advised federal regulators a half-decade ago. Reuters is now reporting that large parts of Northern California are being place on a flood advisory as new storms pound Northern California
  12. 1 rescued after sinkhole swallows 2 cars in Studio City Two vehicles fell into a 20-foot sinkhole in Studio City Friday and firefighters had to rescue one woman who escaped her car but was found standing on her overturned vehicle. Firefighters arrived shortly after 8:15 p.m. at 4245 N. Laurel Canyon Blvd., two blocks south of Moorpark Street, to find one car upside-down in a large dark sinkhole full of rushing water, said Erik Scott of the Los Angeles Fire Department. The single occupant was standing on the car, approximately 10 feet below street level, Scott said.
  13. BREAKING: Massive Pipeline Explosion in Texas February 15, 2017 A massive gas explosion in South Texas rocked the town of Refugio, with communities as far as 60 miles away feeling the shakes from the blast. Flames could be seen more than 100 miles away, KHOU reports. State Troopers say so far there are no reports of injuries or serious damage. The fire is now under control.
  14. How many billions has Jerry Brown spent on illegals while our infrastructure crumbles? Oroville Dam: Feds and state officials ignored warnings 12 years ago More than a decade ago, federal and state officials and some of California’s largest water agencies rejected concerns that the massive earthen spillway at Oroville Dam — at risk of collapse Sunday night and prompting the evacuation of 185,000 people — could erode during heavy winter rains and cause a catastrophe. Three environmental groups — the Friends of the River, the Sierra Club and the South Yuba Citizens League — filed a motion with the federal government on Oct. 17, 2005, as part of Oroville Dam’s relicensing process, urging federal officials to require that the dam’s emergency spillway be armored with concrete, rather than remain as an earthen hillside. The groups filed the motion with FERC, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. They said that the dam, built and owned by the state of California, and finished in 1968, did not meet modern safety standards because in the event of extreme rain and flooding, fast-rising water would overwhelm the main concrete spillway, then flow down the emergency spillway, and that could cause heavy erosion that would create flooding for communities downstream, but also could cause a failure, known as “loss of crest control.”
  15. BREAKING: Marysville, Yuba County evacuated as Oroville spillway collapse feared Concerned citizens in Marysville, California are not waiting around to see what happens with the Oroville Dam spillway, but are gathering their families within minutes, loading up the car and flooding local gas stations as the prepare to leave town. More than 160,000 people in evacuation area More than 162,000 residents in Butte, Sutter and Yuba counties were affected by Sunday night’s evacuation orders, census figures show. Butte sheriff: Situation improving State Department of Water Resources told Butte County Sheriff Kony Honea shortly after 6 p.m. that “the erosion that caused all this concern was not advancing as rapidly as they thought.” “That’s a very good thing,” he said. There is a plan currently in place which would hopefully plug that hole, Honea said, including using helicopters dropping bags of rock into the crevasse to prevent any further erosion.